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In addition to a plethora of on-site activities and features, the Radisson Blu on Denarau Island is close to attractions like the Garden of the Sleeping Giants and the Sabeto Mud Baths. Want a new view of the area? Floatplanes and helicopters pick guests up directly from the resort for aerial view tours. Day cruises are also available if you planned to see the Mamanuca or Yasawa islands. So stop searching for where to stay in Fiji, and make reservations today!
Garden of the Sleeping Giants
Sitting at the foothills of the Nausori Highlands and spanning over 20 hectares, this landscaped garden showcases a collection of over two thousand types of orchids, a large lily pond and a native forest.
See the Mamanuca or Yasawa islands up close with a day cruise. You can even request to be dropped off to sunbathe, go snorkelling or trek through the island.
Naihehe Sacred Cave Tour
Ride downstream in a traditional bamboo boat to explore these dark, ancient caves that were once a refuge for the Sautabu people during wartimes.
The Sabeto Mud Baths
Rejuvenate your skin to a glowing radiance in the Sabeto Mud Baths, providing a natural spa experience with therapeutic sulphur hot springs.
Sri Siva Subramaniya Temple
Just 15 minutes from the resort, the Sri Siva is the largest Hindu temple in the Southern hemisphere and a must-see for Fiji tourists.
Turtle Airways / Island Hoppers
Hire a floatplane or helicopter and take a tour of the Blue Lagoons or Turtle Island from the resort or Nadi.